Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Journalist Loses 100 Hours Game & Stimulates Over Nintendo
The polygon author Christopher Grant wanted to show his visit only for the Nintendo Switch. But then suddenly everything went very quickly – and his game was completely gone. But luckily, the story continues.
Your fears are justified: The polygon author Chris Grant reports on Twitter from an emotional roller coaster ride, which turns around accidentally deleted Spielstands. He had a visit and wanted to show off a good friend his Nintendo Switch including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild . What then came clearly is the material from which your worst nightmares are made:
“Friends to visit for a dinner party, have shown the switch to a good friend … and he accidentally deleted my 100+ Zelda file, it took 3 seconds.”
As a result, he left his frustration more or less free, which is why he seems to have erased the tweets. In particular, his statement that The Breath of the Wild was no longer in the Top 3 of the Games of the Year after the incident had caused much excitement. His anger, however, has nothing to do with the polygonal yearling. Even though he still seems to think that it is not so easy to erase a game by mistake.
Luckily, Chris Grant eventually dared to give Zelda: Breath of the Wild again. See there: The friend has obviously started a new game in master mode . Which means that the empty memory slots were that of the master mode. They are fortunately led separately – the standard game was still there. Who ever had to go through something similar, knows how this can feel.
For my part, I will never forget how painful it was when my dear roommate had overheard a Test Drive Unlimited game that I had invested countless hours ago. Supposedly “accidentally” . For the sake of fairness it should be mentioned that this game was on his computer, which in turn stood in his room. I never touched the game again, and I was cured in one fell swoop from my Test Drive: Unlimitedquest.